Requiem for Ink
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Requiem for Ink

So I Went to Puerto Rico.

Fleeing the cold reality of February in Minnesota for a week at a nice hotel with a beach and a pool is something I haven’t done in years. But one especially frigid winter day my wife brought up the idea of Puerto Rico. The next morning we were shopping for plane tickets. Now here I am with my feet up on a balcony, feeling a perfect mix of tropical sun and a cooling breeze blown all the way across the Atlantic Ocean.




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Sheldon Clay

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